This week, we come to the end of season 2 of the podcast with a conversation around "Ndiyakuthanda". We chat with Andrew, Bern and Sino about this song which has been crucial to the progress of our Kingdom culture journey. We talk about the origins of the song, the response from the church and our experience of this journey with our extended worship community.
This week we sit down with Caleb to chat about "I Live For You". In this conversation we talk about the song's origins and the interesting story behind its creation. Caleb also shares about his devotional journey during this pandemic and how we should be fighting for our faith.
Today we welcome our first guest host, Dave Ayerst! He chats to Cuan about the song "Forever Reign" and the story behind it. They also talk about everything from the balance between theology and poetry in worship, to Cody Fry's Idols audition!
This week, we sit down with Charlie, Caleb and Sino to discuss their original, Ndiyazithoba. We talk about the influence behind the song and the difficulty with writing worship songs as opposed to secular songs. We also deal with the issue of presenting songs "unfinished" and how, as songwriters, we should fight for the authenticity of our songs.
In this episode, we sit down once again with Bern Ayerst, who is joined by Andrew Kock, the songwriter of "Yours". We talk about the story behind the song, as well as the collaboration involved in making this song what it is today. We also chat about the struggles and benefits of collaborating with others, and what life is like for Andrew with a newborn in the house!
Join us for the first episode of a new, exciting season of the podcast! In this episode, we sit down with Bern Ayerst to chat about the song story behind "Those Who Dwell (Psalm 91)". We also talk about the link between song writing and our devotion to God.
Season 2...coming soon! Join us as we take on a new conversation with our worship leaders. We will talk about the original songs that have been released at Lighthouse Family Church, the value that original worship has in their personal journey with God, and the fundamental role worship plays in our faith.